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I swear somethings got to be broken

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my uber computer has had a tremendous number of problems, some i've fixed and some i'm not quit sure if i've fixed and heres another one.

I just reformatted (because of a previous problem) and installed windows. When i click an installation executable and it asks to run or dont run and i click on another window my PC speaker beeps like crazy until i click on or open ANOTHER window. Anyone know whats up
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That is the oddest one I've ever heard of.
I had a wacky PC I could not get the trojan/worms out of it... software, not the organic ground worms
It took removing the RAM, battery, power cord and cycling the PS on/off and waiting overnight to discharge all residual electricty...
Darn thing was memory resident
Reformats were usless... even a full wipe of the HD did no good so the "discharge" was the last straw and it did the trick.
Does your problem have any relation to my above statment... no idea but who knows what is lurking in your PC ATM... possible it's hardware issues but the long shot is a software /trojan/work/etc... issue.
    
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ok now that i have my sound driver installed it transfers the beeps to my speakers and also hangs my computer for a couple seconds after the thing... Seems to only happen to installation executables.. i think its my motherboard since thats the only thing that had a problem the first day i got it (it wouldnt boot with 2 sticks of memory until i flashed bios, maybe a manufacturing error?) or it could be my harddrives since i did break off the plastic SATA connector and superglued it back on or maybe because i got MCT-40 all over it, but hey i'm typing right now and my harddrives seem to be ok
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is there any way to transfer the system beep sounds to your sound card to play through your speakers? I didnt get a motherboard speaker or a case speaker to plug into the motherboard so i have no idea how to figure out where the problem exists. And is there a place i can order a motherboard error speaker?
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Originally Posted by Jinra321 View Post
.. i think its my motherboard since thats the only thing that had a problem the first day i got it (it wouldnt boot with 2 sticks of memory until i flashed bios, maybe a manufacturing error?).........

Actually, from what I've seen, that's pretty common for that board. I think one stick in the Orange DIMM is the trick for initial boot-up.
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